Cote is a fantastic modern, all day French brasserie chain which serves regional specialities and traditional classics. Their branch at Clifton, Bristol had six traditional Victorian awnings which looked very tatty. We have since repaired, cleaned and recovered the frames with new fabric and branding and it all looks like new again.
Cote in Brighton took delivery of two new traditional Victorian awnings this week. Their distinctive branding consists of bespoke cut stripes which makes the overall look truly individual. We at Radiant Blinds have been making traditional Victorian awnings for over a hundred years and in that time we have improved the manufacturing of them to […]
This week so far has found us in Brighton recovering three existing traditional Victorian awnings for the Tidy Street General Store which is a womenswear and lifestyle boutique. The existing covers were not in good condition and some of the mechanisms needed a little tlc but after their recovers and some repairs, all is working […]
Gail’s Bakery have just opened a new shop in Esher High Street, Surrey and we were tasked with providing a new traditional Victorian awning to their shop front. We have been making Victorian awnings, often called Butchers Blinds, for many many years now and over time have improved their design to cope with the British […]
Gail’s Bakery is a chain of incredibly successful bakers serving coffee, breakfast, lunch and a whole host of delicious baked treats; my personal favourite being their second to none cinnamon buns! Gail’s are popping up all over the country which is testament to their flourishing business and we are very proud to work with them […]
Timothy Hatton Architects in Green Street, London had a charming little traditional Victorian awning that needed a few repairs and a new cover. We’ve worked our magic and with their eye catching choice of fabric, it looks like brand new again.
This was a great choice of branding for these traditional Victorian awning recovers in Battersea Rise. We have matched the fabric to the Emerald Green shopfront and together with the signwriting this large frontage is now a real eye catcher. The existing framework and mechanisms were in good order, so we were able to make […]
Why buy new when you have a perfectly functional frame and mechanism, but the cover just looks tired and beaten. Savills in Teddington had a motorised traditional Victorian awning that had seen better days so after a clean-up and a new cover, it all looks like new again…